Previously undiscovered photo of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were discovered in the USGS library in 2012. The photo appear in a 1922 album called "Russian Diamond Fund." This photo, taken in 1925, shows the entire Russian jewelry collection. The four pieces portrayed in the album that do not appear in the later publication include a sapphire and diamond tiara, a sapphire bracelet, an emerald necklace, and a sapphire brooch in the shape of a bow.
Colorful sapphire and diamond bracelet, composed of various-shaped multi-color sapphires with interspersed rose-cut diamonds; estimated total colored sapphire weight: 182.00 carats; estimated total diamond weight: 2.00 carats; mounted in eighteen karat white gold; length: 7in.; width: 1 3/4in. Via Diamonds in the Library.
Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother attended the 1953 Coronation wearing a crinoline-skirted Norman Hartnell gown in white satin bordered in gold tissue. Her jewels included Queen Victoria's Diamond Fringe Brooch and the Greville Peardrop Earrings (made in 1856 and 1938, respectively). She also wore the crown that was created for her own coronation in 1937, but without the arches. Photo of the Greville earrings is via Royal Magazin, remaining images are courtesy of the Royal Collection Trust.